Rudolfo Giltier and his prophecies
“From the middle of the twentieth century there will be uprisings in all parts of Europe. Republics will be upset. Kings, Great Ones and priests will be killed, and fathers and nuns will leave their abode. Famine, epidemics and earthquakes will destroy numerous cities.”
These few suggestions are very accurate. World War II changed the face of Europe in the middle of the last century, and the decline of the Church, combined with the Vatican, prompted many religious to leave. The world is also seeing a steady rise in “famine, epidemics and earthquakes” that continues to rise today.
“Rome will lose her Scepter by following the False Prophets. The pope will be taken prisoner by his escorts. The church will become a hostage, and in a short time the pope will be no more.”
The undeniable fact is that most Catholic prophecies describe the above scenario in different ways, but with the same general message: at some point in the end times, the Church will be without a pope.
“When the history of mankind enters the year 2000, the scythe of the moon will burn the leaves. Because at that time the lunar scythe will become the law that enslaves the world.”
The scythe of the moon, i.e. crescent, is a symbol of Islam. Could this refer to the attacks of September 11, 2001, when buildings burned like leaves? It is important to note that the (catechism)* of the Catholic Church encourages us to respect people of other faiths, so we cannot blame the entire religion for what an extremist group has done.
* Catechism: “The plan of salvation also includes those who recognize the Creator, primarily among the Muslims; they profess the faith of Abraham, and together with us they adore the one, merciful God, the judge of mankind on the last day.”